Energy is a visible force at the UT College of Architecture and Design. It drives everyone, from our high-caliber students and faculty to our solar-powered Living Light House. It’s everywhere, from our ever-growing campus – with studio spaces across the state – to our footprints across the globe – we have abroad programs across Europe and Asia.
UT is the state’s flagship institution, but the power of today’s UT reverberates beyond Tennessee’s borders. Example: Our Haiti Project, a cross-disciplinary effort which has envisioned and built a secondary school in Fond-des-Blancs and is on its way to designing medical facilities in Ft. Liberte.
We’re pushing to the forefront of the twenty-first century with fresh, creative thinking in a variety of fields. Energy is in everything we do and in everything we are. Whether it’s our acclaimed New Norris House, one of the country’s most sustainable homes; top-ranked undergraduate architecture program, faculty scholars, design-build curriculum, dynamic graduate programs or award-winning interior design students, our Volunteer spirit makes us unstoppable! We empower our students to change the world.